Bureau of Mines / Minerals yearbook 1990
Year 1990, Volume 2 (1990)
Pittman, Tom L.
Alaska, pp. -70 ff. PDF (3.5 MB)
estimated in 1989. Most of the peat was mined just north of Fairbanks on land owned by the University of Alaska. Much of the peat was consumed in agricultural uses. TABLE 2 ALASKA: CONSTRUCTION SAND GRAVEL SOLD BY MAJOR USE CATEGORY OR USED IN 1990, Use Quantity (thousand short tons) Value (thousands) Value per ton Concrete aggregates (including concrete sand) 1,680 W W $5,276 W W $3.14 13.00 11.00 Plaster and gunite sands Concrete products (blocks, bricks, pipe, decorative, etc.) Asphaltic concrete aggregates and other bituminous mixtures 1,052 832 10,956 339 241 W 15,100 3,039 2,718 28,987 1,344 436 W 41,800 2.89 3.27 2.65 3.96 1.81 I .50 2.77 Roadbaseandcoverings Fill Snowandicecontrol Other Unspecified:t Actual ALASKA—1990 69 ' State Mineral Officer, Bureau of Mines, Juneau, AK. 2Swainbank, R.C. , T.K. Bundtzen, and John wood. Alaska's Mineral Industry 1990. Div. of GeoL and Geophys. Surv. Spec. Rep. 45, 1990, 78 pp. Total or average w Witbheid to avoid disclosing company proprietary data; incb&d with ~Ottar.~ ' Inciudes production reported without a breakdown by end us&aod estimates for nonrespondents.
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